Advancing Residency Program Coordinator Boot Camp (blr) S

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43 Newbury Street

Peabody, MA 01960

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Advancing Residency Program Coordinator Boot Camp


Course Overview

The Advancing Residency Program Coordinator Boot Camp provides an interactive setting for seasoned residency program coordinators who are looking to advance their careers. This two-day intensive course moves beyond the basics and focuses on topics such as: mentoring newer coordinators, involvement in scholarly activities, role in faculty development, managing disciplinary actions, and working with limited budgets.

A combination of instructor-led presentation, class interaction, and hands-on learning, this boot camp will give coordinators the skills to move out of their comfort zone and build their confidence in areas such as poster presentation development and writing academic papers.

You will leave this program knowing how to:

  • Train new program coordinators

  • Create a poster presentation for educational conferences

  • Turn a poster presentation into a published paper

  • Manage disciplinary actions

  • Provide feedback to residents, faculty, and program directors

  • Support resident scholarly activity

  • Set up orientation and in-service programs for faculty

  • Implement time management and wellness tools specific to program coordinators

Who Should Attend?

  • Residency program coordinators

  • Residency program administrators

  • Residency program managers

  • Fellowship coordinators

  • Senior residency program specialists

  • Medical education coordinators

  • Education managers

  • GME coordinators

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  • Tools and skills to navigate GME: Our instructors provide valuable tools and resources that will help you prioritize and research questions long after the boot camp ends.

  • Hands-on learning: Attendees will participate in small workgroups to ensure they understand the concepts and know how to apply them to real-world situations.

  • Small class size: A low participant-to-teacher ratio is guaranteed.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:

  • Mentor and support new program coordinators

  • Develop faculty training and retreats

  • Take the steps to present at a conference or publish an academic paper

  • Professionally interact with residents, program directors, and other GME officials

  • Develop tools for advancing the program with a limited budget

Course Outline/Agenda

Module 1: Mentoring new coordinators at your institution
Institution programs
One-on-one mentoring

Module 2: Implementing faculty development programs
New faculty orientation
Faculty retreats
Faculty in-service programs

Module 3: The coordinator’s role in resident scholarly activity
How to maximize scholarly activities and manage the process
Faculty scholarly activity: What the ACGME says about scholarly activity
Proposing the project: Perceived plan of action, faculty and resident involvement
Mid-project update: Are residents on track? What has changed? What data is being collected and how?
End-of-project report: What statistical analysis tool is used and why? How has the project changed from the original and why?
Final report/presentation/manuscript

Module 4: Program coordinator management and wellness tools
Project management skills
Time management specific to coordinator duties
Working with limited budgets

Module 5: Setting boundaries with residents
Managing disciplinary action
Balancing “den mother” role with program role
Case studies: Remaining ethical while supporting residents

Module 6: Scholarly activity for program coordinators
Dress, writing, speech, commitment, review/research, time management, confidentiality, interaction with others, follow-through
Career-enhancing professionalism
Scholarly activity, self-education, committees, organizations, leadership roles
Scholarly activity logistics: Poster, presentation, manuscript (parts of a manuscript)

Module 7: Creating a conference-ready poster presentation
Group work to create a poster presentation (attendees are encouraged to use data from their own program/institution)

Module 8: Providing collegial feedback
Solicitation of feedback on presentations from previous module

Module 9: Turning a poster presentation into an academic paper
Creating an academic paper outline using attendees’ poster presentations

Module 10: Group presentations
Presentations of posters and paper outlines

Course Agenda/Outline subject to change.

Please contact the event manager Marilyn (marilyn.b.turner@nyeventslist.com ) below for:
- Multiple participant discounts
- Price quotations or visa invitation letters
- Payment by alternate channels (PayPal, check, Western Union, wire transfers etc)
- Event sponsorships

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